2012 Check Out Appliness
Appliness is a now digital magazine for web application developers. It was created by Adobe Evangelists for iPad and Android tablets, and is powered by Adobe Digital Publishing Suite. Go grab the debut issue now! And feel free to contribute to future editions.
2012 Who Uses PhoneGap?
Fellow Adobe evangelist Andy Trice highlights some well known apps and organizations powered by PhoneGap (and Apache Cordova).
2012 Adobe Flash Player Premium Features For Gaming
2012 Check Out The Adobe WebKit Hackathon Summary
At the beginning of March, the Adobe Web Platform team hosted a 3 day internal WebKit hackathon, which focused on prototyping new features, fixing bugs and adding tests. Multiple product teams participated and delved into all sorts of WebKit feature areas. Check out the Adobe WebKit Hackathon Summary
2012 On PhoneGap And Apache Cordova
Brian Leroux explains the difference between PhoneGap and Apache Cordova in his new post PhoneGap, Cordova, and what's in a name?
2012 Win 360Flex Tickets From On3
2012 InformationWeek Reports On Mobile App Development
"Smartphones and tablets are everywhere. If you need to reach your customers or employees on these devices, now's the time to start developing mobile apps. We provide essential information to help you get started, including development basics for Apple iOS, Google Android, RIM BlackBerry and Microsoft Windows. We also look at the pros and cons of cross-platform development and discuss how to build secure apps from the get-go."
Thus starts InformationWeek Reports' new report on Mobile App Development, for which I was interviewed, and which includes coverage of building apps with Flash/AIR and PhoneGap.
2012 Andy Trice On Getting Started With Eclipse And PhoneGap
2012 Impressed With Impressionist
impress.js is a stunningly impressive framework for building web browser based presentations. And fellow evangelist Harish Sivaramakrishnan has posted a preview of Impressionist, his visual editor for impress.js.
2012 whichElement And Search
whichElement? (created by fellow Adobe evangelists Terry Ryan and Ray Camden) is trying trying to answer that age old question: "Should that be a div, a span, or something else?" Terry has posted an intriguing read on how the site implements search, without using an app server.